Tuesday, June 14, 2011

I would like your thoughts please...

I am studying Community Services Work and have some questions that I need to gather different opinions on, I would love if my Blogging community could help me out :o)

The questions are about values, belief and attitudes. Be honest and open, there will be no judgement from me & any judgmental or rude comments relating to anothers answers will not only be NOT tolerated but deleted.
Here we go....

1. Manners - are they old fashioned? Do they hold a high or low value in your life?

2. Pride - are there things you need to be proud of? Do you value pride or humility?

3. Clothes - how important are clothes, at work? At play?

4. Behaviours on the sports field - What behaviours do you value? Sportsmanship? Winning? Team Spirit? Individuality?

5. Family life - Do you value family life? What do you value about family life?

Thank you for your input, I'm looking forward to reading about your different values and beliefs.

Hmm I guess it's only fair I share mine considering I'm asking you to share with me, yeah?

1. I don't believe Manners are old fashioned. They hold high importance & value in my life.
2. I believe there is a time an place for both pride and humility, both can be 'used' positively and negatively. I am more comfortable with humility, but am finding pride a little easier these days :o)
3. I believe clothes to be a necessity & whilst I appreciate and wish I could own more lovely items, I don't hold too much value in them. I like them to be clean, comfortable well fitting and suited for the climate. I think society puts a lot of value on clothing, styles, fashion etc which causes me to worry about it more than I care to.
4. I believe in sportsmanship, I really despise bad sportsmanship and bad sideline parents. I don't think winning is important, but everyone likes to from time to time, and I think team moral needs a win every once in a while. While I think Team Spirit is very important, I also believe that indiviual achievments and progress should be acknowledged, supported and celebrated.
5.My family life is the thing I value most in my life. I value having that partner in life who loves you, accepts your Love and who you are as a person. Children to love, teach, guide, enjoy and adore. People to share the world and its events with, that will face the world and it's challenges with you.

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